[Feb 28, 2016] Updated Opening Article by GM Slaviša Brenjo:
March 2015 Revisited: The King’s Indian Defense, Petrosian Variation

The Petrosian Variation of the King’s Indian Defense has that evergreen feel that never seems to lose its appeal among chess players of all strength levels. GM Brenjo had originally decided to explore some fashionable lines in this opening using E. Tomashevsky – T. Radjabov, Tbilisi 2015 as the key game, but new developments kept appearing on regular basis, so it was as good time as any to update this opening survey once again.

[Diagram] It’s traditional wisdom to go after your opponent’s king in positions with opposite castling, but sometimes it pays off to literally look both ways.

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